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Students and faculty gathered in front of the Pavilion on Tuesday afternoon, some standing, some sitting in chairs and some sitting right on the ground, all listening to the individuals holding a book and a microphone read their favorite poems by Native American authors. This event, titled “Itimanupoli”...

When you think of Halloween, a lot of great things probably come to mind, like trick-or-treating, going out to the bars or, the best of all: spooky and...

With Halloween quickly approaching, it only felt right to include a playlist this week full of music with a spooky theme. While not all of these songs...

Based on a true story, “The Old Man and the Gun” is — at least at first glance — a simple flick. It’s a well-paced, well-shot and well-told film...

The university’s Ghostlight Repertory Theatre performed a pair of intertwined one-act plays titled “Laundry & Bourbon” and “Lone Star” this...

Music in the Hall, a self-proclaimed “grass roots music video series,” will host a concert in Water Valley on Saturday night. The show will feature...

Since the Rebs have a bye weekend, it is the perfect time to catch up on all of the popular Netflix series and movies out there. The best part is that...

Greta Van Fleet, the band who has been branded as rock music’s modern saviors, released arguably the most highly anticipated debut rock album in decades,...

With Halloween right around the corner, a bye week for the Rebels, and midterms out of the way, it is the perfect time to watch horror movies and get in...

The Ole Miss Phenomena will try to break a Guinness World Record Thursday night when they host what they hope will be the largest rock-paper-scissors tournament...